How best to use - how to know when you are overusing?
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How and when to use them is up to you - I tend to use them like "chapter breaks" to split up long blocks of text...
You are the very best!
"Chapter breaks" gives me the guidance that I need.
I sometimes fear that I use too many.
I think the reference to a chapter is excellent.
Thank you very much!
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